(Pics) Energy Efficient Homes For Musicians

(Pics) Energy Efficient Homes For Musicians

A Dutch architecture firm creates eco-friendly communal homes for creative artists.

Naresh Kumar
  • 31 august 2010

As part of the International Building Exhibition Hoogvliet, 24H Architecture has created a series of fantastically designed, environmental friendly homes meant to house musicians. The project features 38 homes, each with its own music room containing a “light pyramid” protruding through the grass. The housing complex consumes low amounts of energy, as it is equipped with a heating system that recycles energy from the neighboring Rotterdam harbor while the facades of the homes are made from hydro-thermal treated local wood.

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